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Issue Details: First known date: 1868... no. 5044 20 January 1868 of The Empire est. 1850 The Empire
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* Contents derived from the 1868 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Readings and Recitations, single work column

A report on the first of the series of recitals at the Australian Library given by Miss Aitken and Mr T. P. Hill.

(p. 2)
The Chinaman, single work prose (p. 2)
Phillip M'Carroll, Pitt Streeti"The years that M'Carroll has now been in trade,", single work poetry (p. 4)
A Dramatic Performance : Phormio of Terence, &c., single work advertisement

An advertisement for a performance 'by the members of the University for the entertainment of his Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh'. Plays performed: Phormio of Terence (in Latin) and Molière's Monsieur de Pourceaugnac (in French).

(p. 4)
Mr T. P. Hill and Miss Aitken in Their Farewell Recitals, single work advertisement (p. 4)
Note: This version of the advertisement includes the full program for evening of 20 January 1868. Authors whose works are recited include William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, William Wordsworth and Alfred Lord Tennyson.
Prince of Wales Opera House : Dominique the Deserter, or, The Gentleman in Black, &c., single work advertisement

Advertisement for the drama, adapted from the French, Dominique the Deserter, or, The Gentleman in Black and the 'original, grand, comic, romantic operatic melodramatic Fairy Extravaganza', in 3 parts, by James Robinson Planché The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood, or, The Flight of the Seven Fairies, to be performed on 20 January 1868 (and following) at the Prince of Wales Opera House, Sydney.

(p. 4)
Moore's Australian Almanac, single work advertisement

An advertisement for the 1868 edition of Moore's Australian Almanac and Handbook.

(p. 4)

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